What you call the bottom bar is the "mode line". I recommend reading the first fews sections of the manual, especially this one to know the names of the various screen elements (this is not difficult at all, but not straightforward for newcomers.) The graphical attributes of text in emacs are grouped in "faces". As mentionned in the manual:
By default, ...
The coordinates can be displayed with ctrl-c} - org-table-toggle-coordinate-overlays. It shows the coordinates within the table:
| a | b | c |
will display as:
1| a | b | c | ...
You can re-define the main mode line with doom-modeline-def-modeline.
The first argument is the mode line type, the second argument is the left-hand segment list, and the third argument is the right-hand segment list.
Shift the misc-info entry from the right-hand segment list to the beginning of the left-hand segment list.
With the current version of the ...
Since I didn't often change my ispell dictionary interactively/manually, (I love to use local variable a lot) e.g:
-*- mode: Org; ispell-local-dictionary: "id"; -*- ;; in org buffers
%%% ispell-local-dictionary: "id" ;; in tex buffers
Manuel Uberti's code didn't help me because it's not aware of internal language change caused by ispell.
So I add the ...
I have something in my configuration that may be of help. Since I write both in English and Italian, I want Flyspell to check the spelling for the current language of the buffer. So I like to see in the mode-line if Flyspell is set on the correct language, and I want to be able to change the language when I need.
This is what I have in my configuration: